K12 Headlines

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Monday, March 11, 2013 to Wednesday, March 13, 2013

San Diego, Calif. 

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Area Cooperative Educational Services
North Haven, Conn.

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Monday, February 4, 2013 to Friday, February 8, 2013

Austin, TX

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Gestalt Community Schools
Memphis, Tenn.

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Chicago Tech Academy

Chicago, Ill.

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Technology integration is inevitable. The last 25 years has brought our society affordable personal computers, satellite navigation systems, smartphones and the internet. Even in Chickasha High School science classes have begun to cling to this technology as an evolutionary learning tool.

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West Milford's Macopin Middle School in North New Jersey was one of just nine schools to receive an award through Optimum Lightpath's $75,000 Transforming Education with Technology Grant program for 2012-2013.

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Ron Milliner, director of the Kentucky Academy of Technology Education (KATE), gives teachers insights into how to sculpt successful lesson plans for schools implementing bring your own device programs.

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Students enrolled in a blended educational course at Medina High School presented an app and website that is all student-built to City Council Monday night.

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In an effort to provide parents with an understanding of how technology is being used in today's classroom, the Foxborough (Mass.) School District is hosting its second annual Parent Technology Night on Wednesday, Feb. 6 at Foxborough High School from 6:30 to 8 p.m.

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One of the latest learning methods to emerge at the turn of the millennium – blended learning – is set to grow significantly this year.

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On November 6, 2012, California voters approved two measures that should help the state's struggling economy.

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Officials plan to add $400,000 of enhanced security at the entrances to Highland Park and Deerfield high schools in coming months.

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As more schools across the state look at signing exclusive contracts to broadcast high school sports on radio, TV and the Internet, some lawmakers are proposing to make that illegal.

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